Strategic importance of Human Resource Planning

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Strategic human resource management

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Recruitment and Selection Process Description

The recruitment and selection process is the key HR process to achieve the satisfaction of managers in the organization. The managers have plans to develop and grow the business, and they need additional employees to achieve the goals and targets. They ...

Employer Branding

The employer branding is modern HR topic. It started in late 90s of the last century. The companies started the war for talents, and they had to engage talents on the job market. The organizations needed to hunt talents employed at competitors. The employer ...

Induction Program

The induction program is the crucial part of onboarding new hire to the organization. The new employee is expensive resource. The organization needs to reach the standard performance levels. It needs to utilize the value added of the new hire. The goal ...

Online Recruitment

The Internet changed the recruitment practices dramatically. The online recruitment is the leading recruitment source today. The online recruitment needs a different approach. The job applicant can receive more information about the job vacancy, and the ...

SMART Goals

The S.M.A.R.T. Goal setting methodology is easy and powerful, and it provides both parties the necessary certainty, that goals are understood. The methodology defines the standard for setting goals; the manager cannot be vague and the employee cannot argue ...

Challenging or Weak Goals

Today, we live in the environment, which is extremely challenging. Our organizations fight for its place on the market; the sales volumes are not developing optimistically, and the consumer is spending less. The consumer demands the excellent customer ...

Why are Goals important?

The competitive organization does not focus on the present issues arising from the competitive market place; it is focused on gaining the competitive advantage in the near future. It needs a strong goal setting process as it can gain and keep the competitive ...

Goal Setting and Monitoring Process

The modern and competitive organization cannot exist without the business strategy, which is regularly executed. The organization without goals dies as it has no direction. Employees and managers do not cooperate, and they do not share any common vision. ...
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